For developed countries, it is useful to understand that private health provision represents a useful tool for the optimization of health systems. It brings managerial performance, strategic investments and provides the quality of care expected in accordance to the level of social protection promised. At the same time, this platform facilitates the development of quality services in less developed European countries such as Romania and Bulgaria, but also in countries and regions wishing to join us, such as Moldova or the Balkans. Growth potential exists for private health provision because in these countries public funding alone is not sufficient to restore the supply of care services. In these countries there is a significant tendency in delegating pragmatic tasks by liberalizing private initiatives under contract with public social insurance.
Furthermore, UEHP is an essential lever for disseminating information from Brussels concerning directives and regulations, but also on possible funding. Two fields have opened up: innovation and digital (optimize your own digital systems and innovate) and training, with the creation of new professional degree programs related to personal assistance and patient pathway coordination. Europe has a structuring role on these issues and wants to play its part against GAFA or China. Private hospitals, highly eligible for programs, can take part.